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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, November 04, 1919, Page 6, Image 6',
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ttHE (JARDEK ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOV. 4, 1919
Notice of Sale of
Program Victory Day Sports
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At 12 .'clock, noon, Saturday, No
vember 15th, 1919, nt tho Court IIouso,
Waimea, Kauai, there will bo sold at
public auction, under Section 380 of
tho Revised Laws of 1915, Genoral
Leases to tho following describe?
Government lands sltuato In Walmoa
Valley, Waimea, Kauai:
Five Passenger "Chalmers," used only a
short time by careful owner. Mechan
ically perfect, looks like new and is an
extra good value for - - $1200.
Five Passenger "Oakland" newly painted
and completely overhauled - $650.
Ford delivery, complete
Telephone for Demonstration
"We do not .misrepresent"
Nawiliwili Garage, Ltd.
A FIOW AVE HAVE ADDED TO OUK
WYMANS BLUEBEKKIKS LYONS GLAZE FRUIT
S. & W. PKUIT SALAD H. & If. PLUM PUDDING
NEUMAXS HONEY . ".UFFY-.TELL"
'Dll'-O-LITE" MAKSIDIALLOW CIS EM E
MOTTS "81'AISKLIXG" CIDER
MANCHESTER PIMENTO CHEESE
FILETS of AXCIIOVES
PUREE OF FOIES GRAS TRUFFLED
LOBSTER ALA NEWBURG
SMOKED EELS IN OIL BEARDSLEYS HERRING
S. & W. SARDINE PASTE
UNDERWOODS CLAM CnOWDER
GOURMET PEARL ONIONS SERRAO GRAPE JUICE
HEINZ ROYAL SOUR ONIONS
GETZBEST ICII'PEISED HERRING
' S. & W. BONELESS MACKEREL-
SARDINES IN OIL
"CRESCENT" "LITTLE QUEEN"
Slep behind the Counters. Look our '
1 1 :00
1 1 :15
Tlmo Event P'lzo
, M, Gr,and Parade of Service Men
Men nro requested to appear in uniform.
Half Mile Race $25.00
Second man In all races having three or moro
entries to receive his entrance fee.
Preliinineries of Tug of War - ...
Each man on Championship team to receive.5.00
One Mile Race -?2r.00
Preliinineries Tug of War
Kelny Race for Cowboys
1st money- ...25.00
2nd money 10.00
No second money unless three entries.
Quarer Mile Race 25.00
Obstacle Race for Service Men.
1st prize 15.00
2nd prize 5.00
Three-Eigths Mile Race 25.00
Wilson the. Wonder Horse.
Burro Race - 10.00
Five-Eigtlis Mile Race 25.00
Pony Express Race
1st money 25.00
2nd money ... 10.00
Novelty Race 10.00
Tugiof War Finals winning team 55.00
Three Quarter Mile Race 25.00
Greased Pig for Children Pig
All entries for each race must be at the post
promptly when the race is called or forfeit
entrance fee and bo barred from that race.
About one hundred Filipinos refused
to go to work at Kokaha Plantation
last Wednesday because one of their
number, said to bo an agitator, had
bee discharged. The Trouble was
finally amicably settled.
NOTICE TO PARENTS
After November 15th I will vacci
nate tho children of Makaweli, Wai
mea, Kohaha and Mana. If any pa
rents object to having their children
vaccinated please notify the under
signed. Win. T. DUNN, M. D.
Government Physician, Waimea Dis
Any one found shooting on any
Grovo Farm Plyantation lands will
be prosecuted to the full extent of
tf. G. N. WILCOX, Prop.
Don't Lose Sight!
of the fact that I have a
at your service
My personal guarantee
goes with all tho work
done, backed up by a rep
utation, gained during 25
years on the islands, for A
FAIR AND SQUARE
If your eyes trouble you,
or you need to change your
glasses, come and consult me.
For appointments, write
S. E. LUCAS
Passengers arrived by the Kinau,
Friday, Oct. 30. A. Gartley, E. F.
Bishop, C, J. Jacobson, E. E. Mali
lum, E. P.Lou, Capt. Wm. E. Lewis,
Lieut. D. G. Duke, J. Henderson, Maj.
J. B. Brooks and chauffeur, Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Baysen, Miss Edna Baysen,
F. A. Lyman, M. B. Carson, Arthur
Rico, Miss Esthor Hofgaard, Camp
boll Crozier, C. L. Hall, C. Tuch, A.
Fries, Theo. Pacheco, P. M. Nalual
and son, H. II. Jones, D. L. Rosen
feldt, J. R. Watson, Wm. Akana, Mrs.
W. K. Orth.
Grand Piano, parlor size In first class
condition. Price reasonable. See
D. E. Baldwin, Makaweli. tf.
Gentle Shetland pony, suitable for
children. Inquire at this office.
Four-burner blue flame oil stove.
Just tho thing for teachers' cottage.
Enquire Garden Island office.
Second-hand sewing machine. $15.00.
A bargin. Enquire Garden Island
Officer's Kit Bag. Just the thing for
camping out. Can bo seen at this
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
"Red Crown" is straight-distilled,
all-refinery gasoline. Look for the
Red Crown sign before you fill.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
L'ot No. ...Aroa ... .Upset Rental.
(1) G7 19.10 Acres $25 per acre per
(2) C8 11.20 " , do
(3) G9 7.90 " do
(4) 70 4.60 " do
(5) 71 5.90 " do
Term of leases, 10 years from NS
vember 15th, 1919.
Rentals payable semi-annually In
Tho puichaBors to pay the costs
For form of lease, maps and further
particulars, npply at tho office of the
Sub Agent, Mr. G. W. Sahr, LIhue,
Kauai, or at tho office of tho Commis
sioner of Public Lands, Capitol Build
ing, Honolulu, T. H.
C. N. BAILEY,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, T. H.
October 8th, 1919
Oct. 14, 21, 28, Nov. 4.
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETI-
TION OF SAKUICHI KUBO AND
MINOR CHILDREN FOR CHANGE
On consideration of the Petition o
Sakuichi Kubo of Kapaa, County of
Kauai, Territory o Hawaii, for a De
cree changing his surname, and that of
his four minor childron from Kubo to
Terayama, and there appearing to me
to bo good reason for granting the
NOW, THEREFORE, by virtuo of
tho Authority in me by law vested,
and thereto mo enabling, I, C. J. Mc
CARTHY, Governor of the Territory
of Hawaii, do hereby ORDER AND
DECREE that tho names of Sakuichi
Kubo, Hajlmo Kubo (son), Tsugio
Kubo (son), Kazuko Kubo (daughter),
and Ayao Kubo, (son), be and ttu
same are hereby changed to Sakuicm
Terayama, Hajime Terayama, Tsugio
Terayama, ICazuko Terayama, and
Ayao Terayama respectively, and that
a copy of this Decree be published for
at least four consecutive weeks In the
GARDEN ISLAND, a newspaper of
general circulation in the Toiritory of
Hawaii, published at Lihue in said
County and Territory.
DONE at the Executive Building,
Territory of Hawaii, this 20th
day of October, A. D. 191(J
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Governor of Hawaii.
Oct. 21, 28; Nov. 4, 11, 18, 1919.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH JUpiCIAL CIRCUIT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE
In the Matter of tho Estato of Nohili
Hattie Costa, Doceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice i hereby given that Letters
Testamentaty have been issued to
Jacintho Coata as Executor of the
Estato of Nohili Costa, late of Kalau
papa, Molakai, Territory of Hawaii,
All creditors of tho said deceased,
or her Estate, are hereby notified to
present their claims, with a proper
voucher, or duly authenticated copies
thereof, even if tho claim is secured by
mortgago upon real estate, to the said
Jacintho Costa, at tho office of Philip
L. Rice, Esquire, his attorney, in Li
hue, County of Kauai, Territory of Ha
waii, within six months from the date
of this notice, which is tho date of the
first publication hereof; otherwise
such claims, If any, shall bo forever
All persons indebted to said Estate
are hereby notified to make payment
to tho said Jacintho Costa at the office
of his said attorney.
Dated, Lihue, T. H., October 21st,
Executor of tho Estate of Nohili
Hattio Costa, Decoased.
PHILIP L. RICE,
Attornoy for Executor.
Oct. 21, 28. Nov. 4, 11, 18, 1919.
Certificates of Hawaiian
The issuance of certificates of
Hawaiian birth in accordance with tho
provisions of Chapter 20 of tho Revis
ed Laws of Hawaii, 1915, will bo dis
continued until amended regulations
governing their issuance are promul
gated, and no applications for such
certificates will bo accepted in tho
office of tho undersigned until that
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oct. 30, 1919.
Nov. 4, 1J, 18.